Stowe Mountain Lodge Blog
Get Fit and Lower your Handicap in Stowe, Vermont
It is no secret that professional golfers have taken fitness more seriously over the past decade. Why? The answer is simple - longer drives, more stamina and fewer injuries. We can all benefit from that! So, if you play golf, give some thought to your current fitness program. Does it include specific exercises for muscles involved in the golf swing? Maybe you are ready to begin power development by performing explosive-type exercises.
The first thing that comes to mind when you think about meetings in Stowe, Vermont probably has something to do with skiing, intimate meeting space and the quintessential New England village views. However, with 56,000 square feet of flexible meeting space nestled at the base of Mt Mansfield, large meetings are easily serviced and executed.
Among that space is the Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center at Stowe Mountain Resort delivering an immediate WOW-factor. I can’t believe this remarkable venue is just steps from Stowe Mountain Lodge and I continually look for ways to incorporate using this venue for groups.
Eat a Peach! In Stowe, Vermont...
While August is the month to take full advantage of the last days of summer in the great outdoors, it's also the time to enjoy recipes that are quintessentially summer staples.
The Stowe Mountain Lodge culinary staff take their pastries, baked goods, breads, pies and cakes very seriously. After all, we are in New England, where homemade, family baked recipes are a birthright! So it goes without saying that our pastry team has to be the best of the best in New England.
That’s why we brought together our team of three new pastry chefs who are already wowing hotel guests, brides and grooms, meetings groups and locals who have experienced this summer’s culinary delights here at Stowe Mountain Lodge. Can you say blueberry cake made with fresh blueberries right outside our door? We know, it makes our mouths water too, just thinking about it.
Meet Angela Nye, Gabrielle Hatch and Tina Brown, our new dynamic trio in the baking kitchen.
In a few weeks Stowe Mountain Lodge, will be Hosting FICP’s Northeast Region Summer meeting. I was fortunate to be included on the design committee for this event and have had a lot of fun working with a very creative and talented group of individuals who really wanted to play up Vermont as a meeting destination. So when it came time to determine a corporate social responsibility component to the meeting, we looked at local organizations and some iconic local symbols to tie the two together.